Alumni of Indian Institute of Technology, Madras (Bachelors in Chem. Eng) , University of Cincinnati (Masters in Environmental Eng.) and MBA from University of Chicago Booth School of Business (concentrations in Strategy, Economics, Marketing).
Experience working as software consultant, project manager, utility senior engineer, entrepreneur. Areas of expertise include cloud databases, SCADA systems, water treatment, industrial waste water treatment, sensor technology and medical device development,
Currently CEO of a company that makes medical devices.
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This blogger follows the principles of value investing. Often, I analyze a company's business instead of only its stock, as sometimes, value resides in stocks that do not appear so "cheap". I hope to share my ideas with you.
Shmulik Karpf works as an equity analyst at Leumi Global Markets. Prior to that, he worked as an analyst at the Tel-Aviv Stock Exchange, He is also a certified corporate attorney in Israel. Shmulik constantly attempts to come up with new creative investment ideas that go beyond the standard line of analysis.
Tony Kau is a financial analyst and swing trader from Portland, Oregon. He was most recently employed as an Analyst/Model Developer at a hedge fund. His core strategy relies on successfully identifying trend exhaustion patterns and capitalizing on them using both stocks and options. To see his daily trade alerts or learn more about trend exhaustion, visit http://TrendExhaustion.com
Tony's Trend Exhaustion Portfolio is a Contrarian, long/short, swing trading fund, seeking to identify pricing trends of individual equities that appear to be exhausted and due for a reversal. The Trend Exhaustion identification and ranking system is also employed as an entry/exit timing mechanism for a market-neutral hedge fund.